T-Mobile adds 700 MHz coverage in Miami; Nextbit offers Verizon version of 'Robin' smartphone

More wireless news from across the Web:

> AT&T said it is waiting for the FCC to grant a waiver for it to deploy real-time text (RTT) as an alternative for TTY technology for the hard-of-hearing before it can launch Wi-Fi calling for the iPhone. PhoneScoop article

> More photos of BlackBerry's rumored Android phone leaked online. Android Authority article

> T-Mobile US turned on its Band 12 700 MHz spectrum for LTE throughout the greater Miami area. Release

> Startup Nextbit is making a version of its Robin smartphone that can work on Verizon's network. CNET article

> Cellular One CEO Justin "Judd" Hinkle was elected to a third consecutive term as a board member with CTIA, serving as regional carrier representative. White Mountain Independent article

> A federal appeals court gave Apple a legal victory over Samsung Electronics, ruling Apple was entitled to an injunction barring Samsung from using certain phone features that violated Apple's patents. Wall Street Journal article

> T-Mobile is selling Apple's iPad mini 4 for $0 down and only $22.09 over 23 months and $21.85 on the 24th month for the 16 GB model. Post

> Samsung made its S Health application compatible with all Android devices running 4.4 KitKat and up. PhoneScoop article

European Wireless News

> Analysts welcomed TeliaSonera's plan to ultimately exit the Eurasian market, with some noting that the move will open up opportunities for other companies to snap up investments in the region. Article

> Orange said it will use LoRa (Long Range) technology as the basis for a new Internet of Things (IoT) network in France from next year. Article

Cable News

> If France's Altice SA, the company that just paid $17.7 billion to buy Cablevision, can come through on its ambitious promise to deliver margins in the 50 percent range, it'll be a model that more than proves the health, vitality and future of the cable industry. Editor's Corner

> Cablevision CEO James Dolan is poised to collect a golden parachute of as much as $128 million amid the takeover of the cable company his family founded 42 years ago by a French telecom conglomerate. Article

Telecom News

> As Windstream looks to grow its market share in the enterprise services space, the service provider has set a goal to reduce spending on special access fees to the ILECs like AT&T and Verizon where it does not have its own last mile network facilities. Article

> Level 3 is going to lay off some employees as it continues to move forward with integrating tw telecom into its fold. However, in a statement it issued on Wednesday the service provider did not reveal how many workers it will let go. Article

And finally… Microsoft said its HoloLens augmented reality headset will be coming to the enterprise market within the next year.  Article